Wow… Congratulations intoGardens. Your new app is truly beautiful. Lots of hints and tips and full photography to die for.
Delighted our resident Bolshy Botanist Nigel Colborn (@plantmadnige) has been awarded the RHS’ highest accolade, the Victoria Medal of Honour! Congratulations Nigel!
intoGardens has been selected as an Official Honoree in the 17th Annual Webby Awards in the Lifestyle category. With 11,000 entries received from all 50 US states and over 60 countries, the Official Honoree distinction is awarded to the top 15% of all work entered that exhibits remarkable achievement.
If you are one of the many millions and are also interested in gardens then I have hot news: there is a new app called, for simplicity, Gardens which should amuse you.
Exciting review by Mashable on the new Gardens iPhone app, including a video and images of all the main features.
Columnist James Delingpole would like to be a kept man. And his plan? It involves everyone buying intoGardens. No really. It does. We’re not making this up. Have a look.
Rob’s addiction to luscious images has reached new levels with intoGardens’ exceptional drool inducing lusciousness. According to the good Mr Stevens, ‘Given how good issue one was I’m fully intending to purchase a very reasonably priced subscription’. What more could we ask for?
Where would we be without the delightful mrs Sock? Nothing shameless about plugging intoGardens, and naturally ‘the gorgeous James Alexander-Sinclair’ will forever be extremely nice to you. The review is accompanied by ‘fabulous flying Beardielves’, and delightful lyrics to an intoGardens song, to the tune of Telephone Man. Oh, and a photo of that dishy Matthew Wilson…
Small but mighty mention. In the paragraph aptly titled ‘Garden Futures’, she writes ‘a few bright sparks have joined forces with the creators of the iPad application, IntoGardens. IntoGardens, an interactive, image and content rich garden magazine, where desired plants, seeds, books and garden tools can be purchased from garden businesses such as Otter Farm, direct from the application’. Bright sparks indeed.
Delightful headline, couldn’t have put it any better ourselves. But it gets even better, ‘THE first garden publication designed specifically for iPads has just arrived. Part magazine, part app, intoGardens has inspiring photographs, gorgeous plants, fruit and veg tips, global gardens, projects from the UK’s top designers and even plot-to-plate recipes’. Very happy. Thank you.
Lovely review documenting not just all she likes about intoGardens but James Alexander Sinclair’s driving abilities as he astutely reversed his car into a hearse that very morning.